Who doesn't want a dedicated brew space? I was planning to start one in the spring, but a change in fortune has dictated I start asap. There are a few obstacles in my way, starting with a 10'x12' shed that was to close to the existing house. Today I solved that problem with a friends tractor, and a sore back.
Tomorrow several trees have to go as i'm getting some free site work done. My neighbor happens to be getting some dozer work done and needs some fill dirt, I just happen to have a monster load of it.
This project will span the winter, so updates and pics will be forthcoming.
I plan it to be 10'x24' with a 6'x10' cold room (i'm still not positive on the size)
It will have a concrete floor with drains, hot&cold water and 220v, in case i want to go crazy with my rig.
I am more than open to suggestions on the cold room or any other aspect that someone who has done a brew shed can contribute. I'm a good carpenter and my old man has his electrician's license, so those bases are covered.
So cheer me on, and fire those helpful pointers!
Stage 1-moving stupid shed out of the way.
I want to go right up to the edge of the existing door with the brew shed so I can still use existing door to access utility shed.
Gently pulling shed with friends tractor
Tada, tons of room.
No laughing at my silly looking hot water heater exhaust, yes it's ghetto.